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A digital collection of discographies and record company catalogs collected by the IASA (International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives) discography committee and made accessible through the cooperation of the Internet Archive. Entries for each of these works can be found in the International Bibliography of Discographies ( http://ibd.iasa-web.org ), a collaborative work-in-progress currently being built by members of the committee and a growing network of collectors,...
Topic: discography
Record Research
Record Research
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Record Research was founded in 1955 by Leonardt Kunstadt, unofficially as an extension of 'Record Changer' magazine. It featured discographical research into record labels and series and dates and personnel, but also frequently spread into editorials and opinions, subject discographies, historical and biographical research, and even a long-running comic panel.
The Hillandale News
The Hillandale News
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The Official Journal of The City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
Topics: music, 78 rpm, gramophone
Record Research
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Record Research magazine was a record collectors' auction list and discography/records history magazine published between 1955 and 1995. All issues of the magazine are now uploaded to archive.org. For a complete hyplerlinked index, see the following: http://www.dinosaurdiscs.com/library/record-research For a descriptive index of issue contents, see this: http://www.proaxis.com/~settlet/record/RR/index.htm Thank you to everyone who contributed issues or scans that allowed me to complete this...
Topics: Record Research, discography, 78 rpm, phonograph, Len Kunstadt
The Phonogram
The Phonogram
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"The Offical Organ of the Phonograph Companies of The United States"
Topics: music, phonograph, gramophone, 78 rpm
Talking Machine Review
Talking Machine Review
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Talking Machine Review
Topics: audio recordings, history
Antique Phonograph Monthly
Antique Phonograph Monthly
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Antique Phonograph Monthly
Topics: phonograph, audio recordings, history
Phonograph Monthly Review
Phonograph Monthly Review
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An American Magazine for Amateurs Interested in Phonographic Music and Its Development
Topics: music, 78 rpm, gramophone
The New Amberola Graphic
The New Amberola Graphic
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by Martin F. Bryan
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The NEW AMBEROLA GRAPHIC was published by Martin F. Bryan, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Printing began in 1976 and continued to 2002.
Disques Magazine
Disques Magazine
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The H. Royer Smith Company was founded in 1907 at 10th and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia. In March 1930 it began publishing "Disques" a small review magazine featuring articles and reviews by Lawrence Gilmore, Edward C. Smith, Peter Hugh Reed, Richard Gilbert, Issac Goldberg, Nicolas Slonimsky, Herbert Peyser, David Ewen, R.D. Darrell, Laurence Powell, Henry Cowell and Daniel Gregory Mason, among others. Included in these issues were articles about Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Bax, Delius,...
Topics: music, 78 rpm, gramaphone
The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 164 of Hillandale News magazine, published Oct. 1988. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to collector Roger York for lending this issue (and many others) to make this project possible.
Topics: Phonograph, Gramophone, Record Collecting, 78rpm, Discography
Record Research
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Issue 195/196 of Record Research magazine, published Jan. 1983. Canadian Gennett and Starr Gennett, 9000 Numerical - Alex Robertson H3 Chrono Matrix, pt. 11 Liberty Music Shop Behind the Cobwebs Clyde Bernhardt, pt. 11 Tex Ritter Capitol Discography Black Patti Numerical Listing cont. Ragging the Classics: Centenarians pt. 2 American Dance Band Discography Additions & Corrections Diggin' the Grooves
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography
'Cylinder Lists' was written and published by Tim Gracyk. It lists the cylinder records produced by the Columbia Phonograph Company between 1896 and 1908. Title and artist indexes are included, as well as reproductions of several original catalogs, and selected magazine articles. 'Cylinder Lists' is provided here by the National Recording Preservation Board with the permission of the author. You can view more of Tim's work at Gracyk.com .
Topics: Cylinder Records, Discography, Columbia Phonograph Company, Columbia Records, Phonograph
Record Research
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Issue 21 of Record Research magazine, published Jan./Feb. 1959. Fud Livingston: A Triple Threat Man - Dick DuPage The Victor Light Opera Company - Paul Charosh Crazy Chords, Clambake, Vaudeville and Reliance: Four Labels of the East Bay Revival - Samuel Charters Two Excerpts from the 1922 Symphonola Catalogue Regular Columns...
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography
Audio History
by Horst H. Lange
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A full discography of the "Six Big Fives" of early white New York jazz: Original Dixieland Jazz Band Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band Louisiana Five New Orleans Jazz Band Original Memphis Five Original Indiana Five Compiled by Horst H. Lange Copyright 1959 by Uhle & Kleimann, Lübbecke in Westf., Germany. Reprinted under an assertion of fair use in the absence of commercial availability.
Topics: Traditional jazz, New York Jazz, Discography, Original Dixieland Jazz Band, Earl Fuller's Famous...
Phonograph Monthly Review
by Axel B. Johnson
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Phonograph Monthly Review, Vol. 2, No. 10. Published July 1928. In Memoriam: James E. Richardson - Charles O'Connell General Review - Axel B. Johnson Recorded Church Music (Conc.) - H.B. Satcher Recording Conductors - Robert Donaldson Darrell Phonographic Echoes Hints on Score Reading (cont.) Correspondence Column Analytical Notes and Reviews
Topics: Phonograph Monthly Review, Phonograph, Gramophone, 78rpm, Classical Music
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Issue 119/120 of Record Research magazine, published Dec. 1972 / Jan. 1973. Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival 1972 - Len Kunstadt
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography
Audio History
by Duane D. Deakins
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Edison Blue Amberol Index. Part three of Duane Deakins' "Comprehensive Index of Cylinder Records". Self published ca. 1960. Preface Artist List Numerical Index Artist/Title Index Title Index Uploaded for  Dinosaur Discs . See also parts 1 (" Cylinder Records ") and 2 (" Edison Standard Index ").
Topics: Phonograph, Cylinder Records, Wax Cylinders, Edison, Record Collecting, Blue Amberol
Audio History
by Duane D. Deakins
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Part four of Duane Deakins "Comprehensive Cylinder Record Index", covering the cylinder records of the Indestructible Record Co. Uploaded for  Dinosaur Discs . See also parts 1 (" Cylinder Records "), 2 (" Edison Standard Index "), 3 (" Edison Blue Amberol Index ") and 5 (" U.S. Everlasting ").
Topics: Phonograph, Cylinder Records, Wax Cylinders, Edison, Record Collecting, Blue Amberol
Talking Machine Review
by Ernie Bayly
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Issue 63-64 of Talking Machine Review magazine, published Autumn 1981. Ellen Beach Yaw "Lark Ellen" - Antonio Altamirano Off the Record: "Tell Me That Again" - John Goslin Laurel & Hardy Obituaries Letter A Further Look at the International Zonophone Company, pt. 2: May 1901 to June 1903 - F. Andrews British Berliner, G&T and Zonophone 7" Records - Brian Rust Fonotipia Fragmentia update Who is the Leader of the Band - Alasdair Fenton The Monte Rey Story, pt. 7...
Topics: 78rpm, Cylinder Records, Phonograph, Gramophone, Discography
The Phonogram
by Virginia H. McRae
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Vol. 1, no. 1 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published Jan. 1891. Salutatory An Important Suggestion - T.R.L. How it is Done If it Could Have Been - Col. Robert G. Ingersoll They Must Take a Back Seat Old Memories - J.W.C. Phonographs in Post-Offices The Latest Theory of Matter - Julian Hawthorne How it Originated The Telephone to Predict Storms - McB. The Phonograph in Teaching Water-Power and Electric Dynamos Thermo-Electric Generators Cable Rubber Becoming Scarce Bottled Music Preserving...
Topics: Phonograph, Telegraph, Telephone, Phonograph History, Thomas Edison, North American Phonograph...
Record Research
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Issue 12 of Record Research magazine, published April/May 1957. Red Nichols Souvenir Issue The Red Nichols Story: From Nichols to Pennies - Millions! - Woody Backensto Red Nichols Discography - Woody Backensto It's a Fact, Mac Small Change
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography
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Issue 5 of 78 Quarterly magazine. Published 1990. Contents: p. 3 - Letters to the Editor p. 6 - Auctions & Trades p. 7 - Buying & Selling of Paramounts, pt. 3, by Stephen Calt & Gayle Dean Wardlow p. 25 - Rarest 78s, E-G p. 41 - "Louis Bluie" (William Howard Armstrong), pt. 1, by Terry Zwigoff p. 56 - 100 Years from Today, by Doug Seroff p. 63 - When the Wolf Knocked on Victor's Door, by Dick Spottswood p. 78 - Gennett-Champion Blues, pt. 3, by Tom Tsotsi p. 83 - Portrait...
Topics: 78rpm, Record Collecting, Blues
Audio History
by Duane D. Deakins
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Edison Standard Index. Part two of Duane Deakins' "Comprehensive Index of Cylinder Records". Self published ca. 1959. This publication indexes Edison's output of wax  cylinders 1898-1912, including the brown wax Edison Records ("Standard"), Gold-Moulded, and Amberol series. This isn't described in the preface, but the book is split into two sections, the first covering two minute cylinders (standard and Gold-Moulded) and the second four minute Amberol cylinders. This is...
Topics: Phonograph, Cylinder Records, Wax Cylinders, Edison, Record Collecting
The Phonogram
by Virginia H. McRae
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Vol. 1, no. 10 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published Oct. 1891. Mr. Edison's Enthusiasm Human Destiny Hints to Phonograph Inspectors A Suggestion as to Electrical Interests Electrical Census Electrical Navigation New Agencies The Coming Storage Battery Revolution in the Study of Foreign Languages A New Scheme As Others Heard Him The Phonograph and the Australian Balloting System The Phonograph and the Linotype Machine The Battery Question Niagara Controlled Keep the Phonograph Clean The...
Topics: Phonograph, Telegraph, Telephone, Phonograph History, Thomas Edison, North American Phonograph...
Phonograph Monthly Review
by Robert Donaldson Darrell
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Phonograph Monthly Review, Vol. 5, No. 7. Published April 1931. Editorial We Phonophotograph Melba's Trill - Laning Humphrey Outline of Melba Recording History The Filmplay Seen as Symphony - George Brinton Beal Phonographic Insurance on American Art - R.D. Darrell Correspondence The Brothers Zighera Record Reviews The Phonophile's Bookshelf
Topics: Phonograph Monthly Review, Phonograph, Gramophone, 78rpm, Classical Music
The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 218 of Hillandale News magazine, published Oct. 1997. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to CLPGS Chairman Keith Harrison for lending this issue (among others) to make this project possible.
Topics: Phonograph, Gramophone, Record Collecting, 78rpm, Discography
Talking Machine Review
by Ernie Bayly
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Issue 74 of Talking Machine Review magazine, published 1988. John McCormack Discography - compiled by Brian Fawcett Johnston Index available at  Dinosaur Discs .
Topics: 78rpm, Cylinder Records, Phonograph, Gramophone, Discography, John McCormack
Record Research
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Issue 24 of Record Research magazine. Sept. / Oct. 1959. Wilbur Sweatman, Minstrelsy on record pt. 2, dance bands.
Topics: Record Research, Discography, 78rpm
Audio History
by Karlo Adrian
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A numerical listing of Edison-Bell "Winner" records, compiled by Karlo Adrian and published as a supplement to issue 4 of Talking Machine Review magazine. Reproduced here for Dinosaur Discs .
Topics: Edison Bell, Winner Records, 78rpm, British 78s
Record Research
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Record Research issue 22. Minstrel theater on record, Washboard Rhythm Kings, King and Continental records.
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Minstrelsy
Record Research
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Issue 9 of Record Research magazine, published July/August 1956. Bix Issue The Bix Years - Ernest Smith The Bix Legend Victor Hugo D'Ippolito - Woody Backensto Edison Needle-Cut Records - Ray Wile Rhythm & Blues - Anthony Rotante Valaida's Gone - Harrison Smith Regular Columns
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Record Collecting
The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 53 of Hillandale News magazine, published Feb. 1970. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to UC Santa Barbara Libraries for lending this issue (and many others) to make this project possible.
Topics: Phonograph, Gramophone, Record Collecting, 78rpm, Discography
The Phonogram
by Virginia H. McRae
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Vol. 2, no. 12 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published Dec. 1892. A Sample Letter Authors and Publishers Distribution of Milk Through Tubes Explanatory Famous Record-Makers Has it Ever Occured to You? Important Changes Luminous Changes Wrought by the Phonograph Our Second Anniversary Phunnygraphics Phono Chat Ring Out the Old, Ring in the New The Edison Phonograph Works, Orange, N.J. The Phonograph in the South The Growing Popularity of the Phonograph To Exhibitors and Users of the Phonograph...
Topics: Phonograph, Telegraph, Telephone, Phonograph History, Thomas Edison, North American Phonograph...
Audio History
by Emerson Records
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Emerson Records' first catalog, published ca. 1917.
Topics: Record catalogs, Emerson Records, Victor H. Emerson
Talking Machine Review
by Ernie Bayly
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Issue 65-66 (double-issue) of Talking Machine Review magazine, published Feb. 1983. In My Collection - D.H. Mason Ray Noble & Harry Woods - Jim Greer Now Showing: The New Talking Films - Paul Collenette Early Gramophone Periodicals in Russia - Pekka Gronow Welsh Artistes on Early Recordings - John Davies Our Illustrations A History of the Starr Piano Factory - Andrew Klein The Monte Rey Story, pt. 8 Research: Berliner and 7" G&T Records - P.G. Adamson Ellen Beach Yaw, 1899...
Topics: 78rpm, Cylinder Records, Phonograph, Gramophone, Discography
Disques Magazine
by H. Royer Smith
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Disques: A Musical Monthly, January 1932 (issue #23). Disques was a classical music and records magazine published by Philadelphia record retailer H. Royer Smith from March 1930 until June 1932, after which it was replaced by "The New Records". It contained descriptions of newly released records available for purchase and essays about music, records and record collecting. They are presented here by the National Recording Preservation Board from the collection of Jim Shulman.
Topics: Classical Music, Classical Records, 78rpm, H. Royer Smith, Disques
The New Amberola Graphic
by New Amberola Phonograph Co.
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Issue 78 of New Amberola Graphic magazine. Autumn 1991. Repressed Edisons Voices from the grave A comparison of the Victor Credenza and the Columbia Viva-tonal Aeolian-Vocalion ad (1915) "The Song of Mr. Phonograph" and "My Name is the Gramophone" Broome: The first black record label? Uploaded for Dinosaur Discs
Topics: New Amberola Graphic, Discography, Antique Phonograph, 78RPM, Cylinder Records, Record Collecting
Disques Magazine
by H. Royer Smith
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Disques: A Musical Monthly, September 1932 (issue #31). Disques was a classical music and records magazine published by Philadelphia record retailer H. Royer Smith from March 1930 until June 1932, after which it was replaced by "The New Records". It contained descriptions of newly released records available for purchase and essays about music, records and record collecting. They are presented here by the National Recording Preservation Board from the collection of Jim Shulman.
Topics: Classical Music, Classical Records, 78rpm, H. Royer Smith, Disques
Record Research
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Issue 129/130 of Record Research magazine, published Oct./Nov. 1974. Labels of Detroit - Anthony Rotante & Paul Sheatsley From Cafe Conc to Music Hall - Anthony Rotante Jussi Björling - C. Hilding Bergquist The Songs From Tex Ritter's Films - D. Toborg Misc. Columns...
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography
The Phonogram
by Virginia H. McRae
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Vol. 1, no. 6-7 (double-issue) of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published June/July 1891. Are You in Touch with the Times? - V.H. McRae Restricted Sale of Phonographs The Storage Batter Suit Decided in Favor of Brush The Views of an Eminent Jurist Mental Fiber in America A Stay in the Edison Lamp Suit New York Tax Reform Platform The Phonograph Abroad Emile Reynier's Electrical Accumulator Labor-Saving Machine for the Lawyer's Office - Seymour D. Thompson The Prince of Wales as a Scientist - A.E....
Topics: Phonograph, Telegraph, Telephone, Phonograph History, Thomas Edison, North American Phonograph...
Audio History
by Dinosaur Discs
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Issue 4 of 78 Quarterly magazine. Published 1989. Contents: p. 3 - Letters to the Editor p. 6 - Photo Phile, by Solomon Natsy. Captioned images of blues & jazz performers. p. 9 - Paramount: Anatomy of a "Race" Label, pt. 2, by Stephen Calt p. 30 - Fred Ramsey Speaks Out. Interview with Pete Whelan. p. 40 - Robert Johnson, by Stephen Calt and Gayle Dean Wardlow p. 52 - The Idioms of Robert Johnson, by Stephen Calt p. 61 - Remembering Big Joe p. 67 - Back in Nagasaki with Lucky, by...
Topics: 78rpm, Blues, Record Collecting, Robert Johnson
Record Research
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Issue 54 of Record Research magazine. Edison lateral-cut, versatile cartridge wiring, electrical cylinder playback.
Topics: Record Research, Edison Lateral-Cut, Electrical cylinder playback
Audio History
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Issue 10 of Victrola and 78 Journal, published winter 1996. 263 Machines and their Makers: 1916-1923 - R.J. Wakeman Papa Charlie Jackson - Jas Obrecht The Cameo Record Corporation - Allan Sutton Eldridge R. Johnson's First Numbered Record - Allan Sutton Restoring Your Victrola's Appearance - David Spanovich The Kansas City Talking Machine Co. and its "Original" Recordings of 1898 John Fletcher: From Sousa's Band to Black Swan - Allan Sutton Editor's Comments Lists of 'Ten Most Played...
Topics: 78rpm, Victrola, Music History, Record Collecting
The New Amberola Graphic
by New Amberola Phonograph Co.
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Reprint of issues 5-8 of New Amberola Graphic magazine. Originally issued 1973-1974. Canadian Victor Ralph Errolle on Perfect John McCormack, pt. 4 Collectors' records 1896 Berliner instructions Bird records on phonograph Tuneful tips A visit with Art Landry Tuneful tips 1896 Berliner instructions (concluded) John McCormack, pt. 5 Collectors' records The Victor Purple Seal series (60,000s) Jules Levy Columbia cylinders What we did on our summer vacation (a visit to the Starr Piano company)...
Topics: New Amberola Graphic, Discography, Antique Phonograph, 78RPM, Cylinder Records, Record Collecting
The New Amberola Graphic
by New Amberola Phonograph Co.
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Issue 79 of New Amberola Graphic magazine. Winter 1992. In their own words: Sophie Tucker From the Edison vault: Random notes concerning Edison artists Phonograph record cabinet (1904) The Stroh recording violin Distributing music over telephone lines (1909) Communications: Then and now Broome records: A follow up Just when you think you've seen everything! Roxy's gang: A contest! 1926 Encyclopedia Brittanica article The Aeolian-Vocalion Style L Uploaded for Dinosaur Discs
Topics: New Amberola Graphic, Discography, Antique Phonograph, 78RPM, Cylinder Records, Record Collecting
Phonograph Monthly Review
by Axel B. Johnson
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Phonograph Monthly Review, Vol. 3, No. 2. Published Nov. 1928. General Review - Axel B. Johnson Brief Biographical Notes - F.D. Perkins The Schubert Centennial - Frederick N. Sard Phonograph Echoes Centennial and Other Schubert Recordings - Robert Donaldson Darrell Correspondence Column Analytical Notes and Reviews
Topics: Phonograph Monthly Review, Phonograph, Gramophone, 78rpm, Classical Music
The New Amberola Graphic
by New Amberola Phonograph Co.
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Issue 58 of New Amberola Graphic magazine. Autumn 1986. Reminiscing with a WMCA broadcaster Here & there Ragtime temple bells Life in the Orthophonic age: Roger Wolfe Kahn Review: The Official 1985 Price Guide to Music Collectibles Vintage vignettes: Mr. & Mrs. William Wheeler Club & society news Vallee saved mounds Vic Trulla Obituaries Grey Gull 400 series additions & corrections Uploaded for Dinosaur Discs
Topics: New Amberola Graphic, Discography, Antique Phonograph, 78RPM, Cylinder Records, Record Collecting
Record Research
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Issue 72 of Record Research magazine. Decca "hillbilly" records (5000 series), jazz on Finnish labels, [Fletcher] Hendersonia, "Minor Keys" - about lesser-known recording artists.
Topics: Record Research, discography, 78rpm, Decca Hillbilly, Decca 5000, Finnish Jazz
Talking Machine Review
by Ernie Bayly
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Issue 47 of Talking Machine Review magazine, published Nov. 1977. Emergency Issue Editorial (U.S. Shipping Problem) To All Potential Unauthorized Duplicators Lord Kelvin Sotheby's Belgravia Auction Reminiscing - Gladys Chappelle Some Notes on Pathe in Scandanavia - Bjorn Englund Thomas Chalmers - Raymond Wile Minstrels, Minstrel Shows & Early Recording - Frank Andrews HMV Instruments, 1924 Sales & Want Lists John Carter Presents Bazaar Publications Available Hot Air Paillard - Ernie...
Topics: 78rpm, Cylinder Records, Phonograph, Gramophone, Discography
Audio History
by National Recording Preservation Board
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Between 1889 and 1896 the Columbia Phonograph Company of Washington D.C. pioneered the recording and sale of entertainment recordings. This discography presents the known recordings from the company's founding in January 1889 to the establishment of a permanent numbering system in August 1896. Scans of the original catalogs are included in the second section of the discography. Columbia's later cylinder records are described in Tim Gracyk's " Cylinder Lists ". The discography was...
Topics: Columbia Phonograph Company, Columbia Records, Discography, Cylinder records, Phonograph
Record Research
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Issue 132 of Record Research magazine, published April 1975. Walter C. Allen, 1920-1974
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography, Walter C. Allen
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Issue 84 of Record Research magazine. John Morgan Dengler, Junie Cobb, Henry Halstead Orchestra, Dolly Connolly, Fine Art & Bango Records, cont.
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography
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Issue 82 of Record Research magazine. Bob Wills cont., Aileen Stanley cont.
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography
Record Research
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Issue 122 of Record Research magazine, published June 1973. Joe Tarto Columns
Topics: Record Research, 78rpm, Discography
The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 106 of Hillandale News magazine, published Feb. 1979. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to UC Santa Barbara Libraries for lending this issue (and many others) to make this project possible.
Topics: Phonograph, Gramophone, Record Collecting, 78rpm, Discography
The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 147 of Hillandale News magazine, published Dec. 1985. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to collector Roger York for lending this issue (and many others) to make this project possible.
Topics: Phonograph, Gramophone, Record Collecting, 78rpm, Discography
The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 185 of Hillandale News magazine, published April 1992. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to collector Roger York for lending this issue (and many others) to make this project possible.
Topics: Phonograph, Gramophone, Record Collecting, 78rpm, Discography
The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 34 of Hillandale News magazine, published Dec. 1966. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to UC Santa Barbara Libraries for lending this issue (and many others) to make this project possible.
Topics: Phonograph, Gramophone, Record Collecting, 78rpm, Discography
The New Amberola Graphic
by New Amberola Phonograph Co.
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Issue no. 111 of New Amberola Graphic magazine. April 2000. Dedication to Frank 'Fran' Haase - Martin Bryan Phonograph Forum: Coin-Operated Type "N" Graphophone - George F. Paul Meet Conrad Nagel! (See 'Picture This', NAG 110) From the Edison Vault: The Preliminary Matchings of the Earliest Edison Diamond Disc Records (conclusion) - Ray Wile In Review: 'Antique Phonograph Advertising: An Illustrated History', by Timothy C. Fabrizio and George F. Paul ; 'Little Labels, Big Sound' by...
Topics: New Amberola Graphic, Discography, Antique Phonograph, 78RPM, Cylinder Records, Record Collecting
Audio History
by North American Phonograph Company
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North American Phonograph Company's Nov. 1893 Catalog Uploaded for Dinosaur Discs
Topics: NAPCo, Cylinder Records, Edison Records, 1890s, Phonograph
The Phonogram
by Virginia H. McRae
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Vol. 2, no. 10 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published Oct. 1892. Campaign Oratory Made Easy Decision of a Great Suit in Favor of Mr. Thomas A. Edison Dictators and Dictation Emile Reynier, the Eminent French Scientist Personals Phono Chat Phonographs for the Blind Reading Notices The Imaginary and the Real Phonograph The Kinetograph The Perfected Phonograph The Phonograph Exhibit at the American Institute Fair The Typewriter The Use of the Phonograph Utility of the Phonograph Please note, there...
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The Phonogram
by Herbert A. Shattuck
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Issue 26 of The Phonogram (II), published June 1902. Notes New Edison Moulded Records Musical Music for the Musiclover Phonograph Concert by Telephone Edison Moulded Records - How Made French, German and Spanish Taught by Mail and Phonograph Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the publication edited by Herbert A. Shattuck for Edison's National Phonograph Company between 1900 and 1902. A date/title index is forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library ....
Topics: Phonograph, Phonograph History, Thomas Edison, National Phonograph Company, Sound Recording History
Disques Magazine
by H. Royer Smith
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Disques: A Musical Monthly, July 1930 (issue #5). Disques was a classical music and records magazine published by Philadelphia record retailer H. Royer Smith from March 1930 until June 1932, after which it was replaced by "The New Records". It contained descriptions of newly released records available for purchase and essays about music, records and record collecting. They are presented here by the National Recording Preservation Board from the collection of Jim Shulman.
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Audio History
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Issue 12 of Victrola and 78 Journal, published winter 1997/1998. Victor in the West: The Oakland Pressing Plant - William J. Nicolson Sylvester Weaver - Jas Obrecht Brunswick's Acoustic Era Phonographs - R.J. Wakeman Brunswick vs. Victor: The Legal Battles - R.J. Wakeman Continuation of The Brunswick Story: The Company Responds to Radio - R.J. Wakeman Ten Most Played 78s - Pete Whelan Ten Favorite 78s - Houston Maples Ten Favorite 78s - Howard Sanner The Emerson Phonograph Company - Allan...
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Talking Machine Review
by John W. Booth
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Issue 94 of Talking Machine Review magazine, published Summer 1996. Junkshopper's Column Diary Continental Forum The Fairy Phonograph Lamp Letters Looking at Labels Edison-Bell Mini-Disc Masters (cont.) Billy Reid Book Reviews & Other Magazines Octacros re-issued Record Reviews Publication index available at  Dinosaur Discs .
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Record Research
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Issue 19 of Record Research magazine. All about Thomas Edison and Edison records.
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Record Research
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Issue 18 of Record Research magazine, published July/August 1958. Panorama of Jazz Events, 1922 A Pictorial Collection of the Pioneering Columbia Phonograph Company The California Ramblers - John Steiner The Rare 1925 Cameo Record Catalogue History Speaks through Phonograph Records Sensation Records Regular Columns...
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Record Research
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Issue 78 of Record Research magazine. Horace Heidt, Jazz Discographies Unlimited, National Music Lovers, California Ramblers, Rusty Bryant.
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Record Research
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Issue 89 of Record Research magazine. Catalog of World Transcriptions.
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Disques Magazine
by H. Royer Smith
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Disques: A Musical Monthly, December 1932 (issue #34). Disques was a classical music and records magazine published by Philadelphia record retailer H. Royer Smith from March 1930 until February 1933, after which it was replaced by "The New Records". It contained descriptions of newly released records available for purchase and essays about music, records and record collecting. They are presented here by the National Recording Preservation Board from the collection of Jim Shulman.
Topics: Classical Music, Classical Records, 78rpm, H. Royer Smith, Disques
The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 188 of Hillandale News magazine, published Oct. 1992. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to collector Roger York for lending this issue (and many others) to make this project possible.
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The Phonogram
by Virginia H. McRae
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Vol. 1, no. 4 of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published April 1891. The Present Position of the Phonograph and a Résumé of its Merits - V.H. McRae The Lippincott Assignment Testimonial of D.F. Murphy Novel Experiments with the Phonograph Obituary - F.E. Clarkson Phonographic Possibilities - William Addison Clarke An Interview with General Von Moltke - A.W.H. Accuracy of the Phonographic Acoustic - W.C. The Columbia Phonograph Co., Washington - E.A. Easton For the Benefit of Posterity The...
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Talking Machine Review
by Ernie Bayly
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Issue 68 of Talking Machine Review magazine, published June 1984. Aviation on Records - David Mason The Fred Gaisberg Diaries, pt. 8 Edison Bell Spring Motors ad The Gramophone Co. 6" Masters - Frank Andrews & Arthur Badrock Mr. Victrola - Edward Hill The Phonographic Teacher (1898 Chambers Journal  reprint) Concert Going in Sheffield in the 1930s - G.H. Spencer Pathe Concert Gramophone Catalog Star Cylinders - Frank Andrews Reviews Zonofon (Hungarian?) Look Records: Heritage in Brass...
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The Hillandale News
by City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society
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Issue 46 of Hillandale News magazine, published Dec. 1968. Hillandale News was the magazine of the City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society (CLPGS) from 1960-2001. It is reproduced here with the permission of the Society (thank you). Personal information has been redacted at the Society's request. To learn more about CLPGS visit  clpgs.org.uk . Thanks to UC Santa Barbara Libraries for lending this issue (and many others) to make this project possible.
Topics: Phonograph, Gramophone, Record Collecting, 78rpm, Discography